Ideal as an introduction to the water cycle, this resource gives an idea for one of so many ways that the fantastically inspirational The Drop in my Drink by Meredith Hooper can be used. This resources uses this book to introduce children to the water cycle and encourages them to question something so vital.
Cities shape our health and well being and people’s decision-making shapes cities. This lesson plan allows children to find their voice and develop their scientific, communication and decision-making skills in order to influence change.
This suite of lessons looks at the environmental threats to our planet & provides plenty of involving interactive tasks to help children understand how they can live more sustainable lives. The lesson plans are written to accompany a PowerPoint presentation, which is filled with brilliant visual resources to facilitate learning and inspire pupils' interest.
Use these fun and informative posters to inspire your school to look at waste and how they can reduce the amount of waste that gets thrown away. Great as posters around the classroom or on your recycling bin and to help your green teams and Eco-School committees in spreading their message throughout school.
In order to achieve any Eco-Schools award, it's vital to raise awareness in school and find ways of your green team engaging with every pupil in the school. These fun images are a great way to remind your class to turn off lights and computers, saving both energy and money in school.
Are you looking to refresh your Eco-Schools noticeboard, or are you just getting started and looking for inspiration? Check out these letters and words ready designed with Eco themes for you to use on your displays. Bring all the hard work you and your eco team are doing to life for the rest of the school!